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to america. and they include pakistan, yemen and iran. president obama is set to meet the top security advisors for them tomorrow. meanwhile, the power is back on at reagan international airport. they are still playing catchup after the hour-long outage. the problem caused flight delays from albuquerque to new york. audrey barnes, joining us live from the airport with the latest on the major ripple affect, audrey? >> the problem was with the safety valve and the electrical substation here on the north end of the ground. and it shut down the power here for about an hour. and grounding some flights and leaving other passengers in very long lines, wondering if they would make it to their destinations on time. >> it's a business trip. so of course, there will be consequences. >> he was one of hundreds of passengers who's flights were threatened by the power outages. a safety valve adding the electrical substation for them failing, to bring tickets and screening operations to a halt. and at least eight flights were delayed. the tower here, they were able to continue the operation on the gen
. >> are we ready for war in the new decade? tonight our series where america stands continues with an in-depth look at tools being developed by the military for the battlefield of the future. that's tonight only on the cbs evening news. cycycyc;c;ckccoc/c/ it's a revolution in pain relief. (announcer) new icy hot medicated roll. for wherever you hurt. icy to dull pain, hot to relax it away. the new icy hot medicated roll. with the roll, pain's under control. >>> baltimore's mayor has run out of options and today she agreed to resign. her resignation is part of a plea deal with prosecutors. she was convicted last month of misappropriating about $500 in gift cards donated to the city for needy families. today dixon entered a plea which admits there is enough evidence to convict her on that charge but does not acknowledge guilt and has given up a fight for a new trial. >> and as long as she was giving up her position as mayor, it was important for her to bring this whole thing to an end. >> dixon has been mayor since january of 2007 when she took over for fellow democrat martin o'malley af
they're true. we speak the most fuel-efficient midsize sedan in america. we speak the 2010 ford fusion hybrid. get in... and drive one. >> clark: there are a few of them hanging around here. >> verne: j-e-t-s, jets, jets, jets -- get your hat on straight. pittman just fouled out. >> verne: rick barnes had hopes he was going to be a factor today. >> clark: yeah, and i anticipated that he would be too. just never really was able to get going. the early foul trouble. kind of stifled what he was able to do. for texas to be the best it can be, he's got to get back to being that double-figure scorer that he was in 11 of the first 14 games. had a monster game against north carolina. big game against michigan state as well, i think -- i know the north carolina game, he was terrific. >> verne: big double-double in that game but he's fouled out for the first time this year and now gavin edwards at the free-throw line. his father, earl edwards -- we speak about the nfl -- gavin edwards' dad, earl, long-time player in the nfl. four different teams, mostly with the 49ers. from gilbert, arizona. tri
of $100 million for the earthquake relief effort. promising america and the world will stand with haiti. daily life was often a bit of a struggle. after suffering so much for so long, to face this new horror mite look up to ask if we have somehow been forsaken. to the people of haiti, we say clearly with conviction. you will not be forsaken, you will not be forgotten. >> reporter: president obama as asked the former presidents, george w. bush and bill clinton to help with the relief efforts in haiti. >>> if you are desperately trying to reach the loved ones to set up the hotline number for you. they will open up the evening news where you can get the latest news and the relief information on our website, wusa9.com. >>> and now to another story. developing with wizard stars, gilbert arenas and his gun case. he is now facing felony charges. the sports director, they are here now with more, brett? >> and after 48 hours of negotiating with prosecutors, this is essentially the worse possible outcome for them for arenas. granted that he and his lawyer could still plead down to a lesser charge
thursday night. we will talk more about that at 7:00 p.m. >>> katie couric is next. where america stands. what will it take to put people ba
's under control. >>> president obama has outlined new initiatives aimed at helping america's middle class. among the proposals, doubling the child care tax credit for families earning less than $85,000. and increasing federal funding for child care programs, and capping student loans so that recent graduates do not have to pay more than 10% of their income. >>> proposals that make it a bit easier for families to get by. for students to get ahead. and for workers to retire. >> the white house is calling for more money to help families care for elderly relatives and it wants all employers to offer workers retirement savings accounts. >>> today, dc council chairman vincent gray launched an inquiry into alarming statements to school chancellor michelle rhee and what she said to a national magazine, she is quoted as saying she fired teachers because of abuse, she is quoted as saying that they in some cases hit children, and had sex with children or missed 78 days of school. and the we pressed dc mayor adrian fenty about those statements today. this is his response. >> we can't comment on speci
. >> reporter: now, they have learned ila and other haitian orphans in the process of being adopted in america, they are going to be flown to new york soon. >> it's gone from, you know, sadness to oh my gosh, we're going to have a little girl, literally in days. >> a child is a child, no matter where they live, they need a home. and we're just, you know, really so cool to do that and we feel blessed to do that. >> reporter: now, she feels badly for the children that might be left behind because they were not in the process of being adopted. but for now, they are waiting for call to head to new york to pick up their little girl. lesli foster, back to you. >> that's fantastic news for them. thank you, peggy. >>> we've got breaking news to get to you right now. more than 100 officers have surrounded a gunman in central virginia. virginia state police say the gunman is apparently responsible for multiple fatal shootings today. the violence began shortly before noon when an injured man was found on a rural stretch, i should say, on the road. when police responded, they say that the gunman, they fir
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